Ben Herman, Founder + Mentor, DJ University
Why are some DJs multi-op monsters, and others can barely pay their bills? Step outside your comfort zone and hear how successful DJs find fresh money in surprising new places.
DJ Dave, Owner, DJ Digital Dave
With over 100 million songs to choose from it’s not easy to narrow down your playlist to the best 75 choices for each event. Your goal is to attract and keep the guests on the dance floor. How do you uncover songs the couple loves but doesn’t think to request? What role does the verse, chorus, beat, artist, and region of the country play? Create memories that last that strengthen your business, brand, and client referrals.
Jeremy Brech, Owner, DJ Jer Events and Lighting Design
Every couple wants their reception to be an epic dance party. Music is magic. It sets the mood for the entire wedding day. How do you make even the most resistant guests rush to the dance floor?
Jeremy Martorano, VEMM, Owner, Karma Event Productions
The pay is good. The cause is valuable. The clients are professional and organized. How do you become the go-to DJ and production company for charity galas and corporate events? Join this word-of-mouth referral community.
Event DJs and MCs gather this November 7-9, 2022 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Experience the latest in DJ trends, equipment, tech, and sales. Join your colleagues and learn from the industry’s top photographers.
Chris Washburn, Owner, Washburn Entertainment
Jim O'Neil, President, FyerFly Productions Walter McClellan, Owner, Toast Entertainment
Experts are always telling you how to spend your money. Get this lighting kit, buy that indoor spark machine, upgrade your DJ table. You work hard for your money. Learn which DJ gear investments return the best profits. Ask questions to this tech and gear panel of experts.
DJ Staci Nichols, DJ Staci "The Track Star" Nichols, Owner, RedlandsDJ.com & WeddingBizConsultant.com
Couples attribute 80% of their reception success to their DJ. But only 8% of their total budget is spent on entertainment. How do you get what you’re worth?
DJ Hapa, DJ, Coach, Educator
Mix and edit like the top DJ that you are. Create without hesitation and get out of the on-repeat rut. Stop reusing sets and start creating something solid.
Was it something you said? Your website? Your price list? Your haircut? You have no idea. The first meeting went well, but then they ghosted you. You are so immersed in your DJ business that it’s hard to stay unbiased. What deal-killers are lurking in your sales approach.